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40 Principles: TRIZ Keys to Innovation [Extended Edition]

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This extended edition of Altshuller's original 40 Principles book offers commentary by Dana W. Clarke, Sr., that further elaborates on each of the 40 principles. This new information allows the reader to more easily conceptualize the scope of each Principle and allow greater learning and application. The publication also includes a 16" x 21" removable contradiction matrix. ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Technical Innovation Center, Inc. (first published December 1st 1997)
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David Rosage
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I heard a very successful business man talk about this process and had to check it out. I have often sought out an analytical way to solve problems and found it here. I have to admit I lack the ability to fully grasp all the techncals but hope to one day incorporate them into a system for creating products.
Edwin Chung
I bought this book thinking that it is all about the 40 TRUZ inventive principles and that these principles will be explained in great detail. It is instead a good introductory book for TRIZ.
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Genrikh Saulovich Altshuller (Генрих Саулович Альтшуллер), (born Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, USSR, 15 October 1926; died Petrozavodsk, Russia, 24 September 1998), was a Soviet engineer, inventor, scientist, journalist and writer. He is most notable for the creation of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, better known by its Russia acronym TRIZ. He founded the Azerbaijan Public Institute for Inventive ...more